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Argiannis, Behling set new school records as Pipers host Capitol City Championships

Kameron Argiannis set a new school record in the 400 meter hurdles while Arlene Behling did the same in pole vault as the Pipers hosted the Capitol City Championships.

Argiannis had a strong day setting a new school record and an NCAA provisional mark in the 400 meter hurdles. Her run of 1:03.77 topped the field as she edged out two unattached runners.

Arlene Behling led the charge in the pole vault, vaulting to a third place finish with 3.40 meters (11-1 3/4) en route to setting a new school record. Carly Braun placed fourth with her jump of 3.25 meters (10-8) and Stephanie Jenkins finished seventh jumping 3.10 meters (10-2)

Brenna Coyle took the crown in the hammer throw, placing first with a throw of 49.55 meters (162-7). This mark was an NCAA provisional mark but did not improve her standing.

Robyn Wernberg finished second with her throw of 46.63 meters (153-00) and Becky Culp finished seventh with a throw of 41.48 meters (136-1).

In the discus throw, Wernberg threw 43.51 meters (142-9) improving her NCAA provisional mark. Culp finished fourth with a throw of 42.36 meters (139-0).

Christina Walker had a strong day in the sprints, placing eighth in the 200-meters in 27.10 and ninth in the 400-meters in 60.69.

The Pipers are next in action as they host the Hamline Twilight meet on Wednesday, April 27th.

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